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The ex-wife of a Quebec-based property developer has been awarded $95,000 in monthly alimony in what her lawyers are calling one of the largest divorce settlements in the province's history.
Tiffany Haddish and Trevor Noah are among the comedy stars in the lineup for this year's Just for Laughs festival in Montreal.
Quebec director Denis Villeneuve has been chosen as one of the nine jurors who will select the highest prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
A classic artistic masterpiece is at the centre of a tug-of-war between museums in Quebec and Ontario.
This weekend will feature the English-language premiere of the Angel and the Sparrow, about Marlene Dietrich and Edith Paif.
Examining the national and international scope of a solidarity gesture for victims of the Humboldt tragedy: wearing hockey jerseys to school
Griffintown arts hub The Darling Foundry unveiled new production workshops and programs for the community.
Songwritersfonts.com has digitized the handwriting of great songwriters like Leonard Cohen, John Lennon, David Bowie, Kurt Cobain and Serge Gainsbourg.
The exhibit at Pointe a Calliere features a mummy, statues, and jewelry.
Sources say U2 has taken over Place Bell in Laval at a practice space for the next two weeks.
He’s only 19, but David Marino is a crooner with a commitment to mental health.
New horror film 'A Quiet Place' gets lots of thrills out of complete silence.
Metro Vancouver's hearings on Sunday were the last that were scheduled for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, though others will continue to testify in private.
One of Canada’s most iconic hotels is celebrating its 125th birthday this year and has some special plans to mark the occasions.
A new documentary shows the growth of e-sports, video games played for big audiences and bigger dollars.
A new documentary takes a look at the culture around e-sports, video games played for spectators and big money.
Aiesha Robinson is part of 'Born to Rise', a non-profit organization empowering others.
Several band members have fallen ill with the flu
Bon Jovi has cancelled its Montreal performances planned for Wednesday April 4 and Thursday April 5.
Site-specific play Unit B-1717 is set in a warehouse
A play in a self-storage site on Beaumont St. requires the audience to stay on its feet
To keep up with the evolving industry, the focus this year will be on the consumers and consumer demand.
The singer, who turned 50 on Friday, used social networks to thank admirers for their "love and support."
One in four anglophone Canadians have cut the cord and no longer pay for a traditional TV service, while just over half are Netflix users, according to a report by the Media Technology Monitor.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of the English city of Cambridge on Saturday, breaking into applause as the hearse carrying the remains of famed British scientist Stephen Hawking arrived at the church.
Lachine's Club Zone is offering after-school entertainment that's more face-to-face that Facebook.
Montreal Commiccon is coming with characters from the X-Files, Walker, Texas Ranger and Mantis.
A new collection of VR experiences opens with the ‘Particles of Existence’ installations at the Phi Centre.
Mose Persico talks to the cast of Steven Soderbergh's new thrilled, 'Unsane.'
Director Steven Soderbergh’s new film – shot entirely on iPhone – showcases what he says is the future of movie making.
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